Private Data Mining and Citizens� Rights

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It is widely believed that homeland security agencies infringe on innocent citizens' privacy in order to carry out the war on terror. Advanced cryptographic techniques can enable complex data mining tasks, while preserving citizens' privacy by revealing the minimum information necessary. Understand the social and tecnhological battle between national security and Constitutional rights.

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Private Data Mining and Citizens� Rights

  1. 1. Private Data Mining and Citizen’s Rights Citizen s Andrew Lindell Chief Cryptographer Assistant Professor Aladdin Knowledge Systems Bar-Ilan University Andrew Lindell Private Data Mining and Citizens’ Rights April 29, 2008 The Information Explosion • Huge databases exist in society today – Government-collected data on citizens and Government collected non-citizens – Medical data – Consumer purchase data – Census data – Communication and media-related data Andrew Lindell Private Data Mining and Citizens’ Rights April 29, 2008 1

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